PSY Links Family Court Issues with Music Video Theme After Meeting with U.N. Secretary General
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon yesterday met with South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer and record producer Park Jae-sang, commonly known by his stage name "PSY," to discuss the Sacramento Family Court scandal and the power of music to overcome intolerance.
As reported exclusively by Sacramento Family Court News, the United Nations last month declared the William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse a crime scene. A criminal indictment issued by the U.N. charged prominent Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Section attorneys and several family court judges with violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and with operating the court as an organized criminal enterprise. To read our original report on the United Nations courthouse takeover, click here.
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After meeting with the Secretary General and learning details of the Sacramento Family Court situation, PSY remarked that the factors at the root of the scandal had parallels to the theme of his hit song and music video "Gangnam Style." The satirical production pokes fun at pretentious lifestyles in a Beverly Hills-like district of Korea. The singer noted that Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Section attorneys similarly appeared to be putting on airs as if they were high-powered Wall Street or trial attorneys, yet actually were just posers and wannabes. "People who are trying so hard to be something they're not," he said. "If they hadn't rigged the public court system to their advantage, they would be washing cars," the artist added. "They apparently are incapable of lawyering on a level playing field."
|Unidentified Sacramento Bar Association Family Law Section attorney arrives at the William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse.|
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